Peter Cooper Jr. on Sun, 15 Jan 2006 18:28:55 -0600 (CST)

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[s-d] Re: Peter submits p339 - Defendant's argument.

"Mark Walsh" <flutesultan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> I trust that posting a reply to your submission was the
> proper way to offer the defendant's arguments.
> I couldn't figure out a way to amend the initial CFI
> to include my arguments with the original motion.

Arguments aren't really a formal part of the CFI under the current
rules. (They were for some time while I was here, but it was kind of
silly to have the official arguments there, while the plaintiff,
defendant, and others continued to discuss and make good arguments all
through the voting process.)

The point of the arguments is just to try to influence others in
accordance with your opinion on the matter, and everyone is encouraged
to submit what they think and why they vote the way they do.

Peter C.
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